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St John Passion at the London Oratory

The boys of the London Oratory Schola will perform J.S. Bach’s St John Passion at the London Oratory on Tuesday 20 March 2018 at 7pm. Accompanied by the St Cecilia Players, the performance will be sung in German. The roles of Christus and the Evangelist will be sung by Michael Craddock and Nicholas Mulroy, and the performance will be conducted by Charles Cole. Tickets priced £20 (£10 concessions) will be available on the door as well as in advance from the Oratory House (from February onwards) and by calling 020 7381 7684. Further information available here.


London Oratory Schola Tour to the USA October 2017

Feature Video of The London Oratory Schola’s new CD

The London Oratory Schola has released a new CD with AimHigher Recordings/Sony Classical. Sacred Treasures of England is available from Amazon and iTunes and includes Tye’s Missa Euge Bone as well as Tudor motets by Byrd, Tallis, Parsons, Philips and Sheppard. A feature video of the boys singing one of the tracks from the album can be seen below, recorded in London’s Brompton Oratory.



More information is available at the Schola’s website here and at AimHigher Recordings here. The Schola’s next concert takes place in London on 28 March 2017, see poster below for more details.



The London Oratory Junior Choir Tour to Venice October 2016

The London Oratory Junior Choir will be touring Venice this coming October singing two Masses and a Concert. See the poster for details:


The B Minor Mass at the London Oratory

The Schola Cantorum of The London Oratory School will give a performance of J.S. Bach’s B minor Mass at the London Oratory on Wednesday 16 November 2016 at 7pm. The Schola, directed by Charles Cole, will be accompanied by the St Cecilia Players. The performance is generously sponsored by Rawlinson & Hunter and Maecenas. Tickets priced £20 (£10 concessions) will be available on the door and in advance from


The closing concert of the Palestine Choral Festival 2016 in Bethlehem, Palestine

The final concert of the Palestine Choral Festival took place last night at Dar Annadwa in Bethlehem, Palestine. Photographs include part of the massed children’s choir rehearsal, the pre-concert performance by Brass for Peace on the roof terrace and the concert itself. The following artists and groups performed: The Choir of London and Choir of London Instrumental Ensemble, The Australian Voices, Open House Ensemble, Amwaj Choir School (Bethlehem), Amwaj Choir School (Hebron), Bethlehem University Choir, Bethlehem Academy Junior Choir, Bethlehem Academy Choir (BACH), Bethlehem Quintet, College des Freres Choir (Bethlehem), St Catherine’s Custody Choir of the Holy Land (Bethlehem), Sounds of Palestine (Bethlehem), Lina Sleibi (Soprano) and Dima Bawab (Soprano).


The Choir of London singing at St Anne’s Church, Jerusalem Old City

The Choir of London gave a concert earlier today at St Anne’s Church, Jerusalem Old City, as part of the Palestine Choral Festival. The concert included works by Byrd, Tallis, Croce, Lobo, Tavener, La Rocca and Holst. [Photos by Sophie Pickford]